Pleasant conditions attracted just 13 players to play a 2-to-count Stableford alliance in three-balls
sponsored by the Camelot Spar and the Royal St. Andrews.
Lowish scores were the order of the day with just 70 points carded by Sue Kennedy, Jenny Adair
and Shirley Heny being sufficient to take the top spot. Heather van Harmelen, Helen Lockyear and
Glynnis Renecle came home second with 65 points and Prue Peacock, Sylvia Foster and Maureen
McGarvie third with 62 points.
The longest drives were struck by Helen Lockyear and Heather van Harmelen in the lower and
higher handicap sections respectively. Jenny Adair’s drives were closest to the pin on both Top
Carpet’s 6 th and Rosehill Driving Range’s 8 th . Heather van Harmelen made a 2-club on Wimpy’s 11 th
despite nobody hitting the green in one on this hole. Prue Peacock was closest to the pin for two on
Kekkel and Kraai’s 13 th .
There is no information to hand as to the competition on 28 th May at the time of going to press.